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annual polar bear plunge at sandy point state park. we will take you back to the plunge in a minute. more snow has been spotted in the area. let's go to john collins. >> here is the water temperature at sandy point right now, 33 degrees. no snow on the beach right now. the air temperature is just about the same. 31, 32, 33, depending what you breeze. it is crowded. let's switch to our doppler radar. i put a red dot where sandy point is. there is no more than across the area. it is light snow. the areas of paint over the bay are an indication that the temperatures are just warm enough that there could be sleet mixed in with the snow. that is mainly because of the water temperatures are just above the freezing point. there might be a few sleet granules of there as well. needless to say, it is cold out there the matter what numbers you put on it. give these folks credit. we will talk about the forecast in just a few minutes. >> a dramatic scene out of prince george's county after things take a unique turn. the video shows a suspect walking out of capital one bank on university boulevard usin
>> and there you have it. a live picture from sandy point state park where dozens of plungers are jumping into the bay. this is the 15th annual polar bear plunge. welcome to "11 news saturday morning," everybody. it is lisa robinson here with -- >> jurgen melzer. thank you for joining us. it is that time of year again when seemingly rationale people, like jennifer franciotti, jump into the cold water for a great cause. i have done it a couple times and -- >> a couple? >> yes. >> i thought it was just one. >> let's go live to sandy point state park and check in with rob roblin. >> it is cold, but this is plunge number 21 for the super plungers, and this year 60 people are plunging every hour on the hour for 24 hours. hey, baby girl, how are you feeling? >> great! >> see, it is nice to be young. see 21, and you are still wide awake and ready to go. >> i love it. 21 again is always great. >> i feel good. everyone is doing good. some of us got some sleep-over night. everyone has a lot of great flrg. -- great energy. i'll talk to you later. bye, guys! >> hey, baby boy! how are you
of funding. let's move on to sandy from new american media. how have these problems facing the mainstream set affected the ethnic media community and the jobs for ethnic journalists? >> ethnic media has been tremendously affected by the drop in advertising. it is embedded in the audience that service. -- that it serves. as mainstream media went into retreat, it had to expand. more people are looking to it for information and news. the audience has grown by 16% over the past five years. it is in the same situation of having to do more with less. the remarkable fact, i think that journalists and news is about what can access. to access to each other. something that gives us a sense of where we are in society. debbiwe in the media had a veryd time keeping up with the changes in society. how you keep up with the changes of san francisco if you are just one outlet. if a woman that lives in an alley starts off of the city lights in columbus, 91 years old, her building is sold into a tenant conversion into will be evicted after six years and her 48-year-old son hangs himself because he cannot find a
mentioned, i guess, paraphrasing, there's not much diversity in the local media. sandy, what would you like to say about -- maybe i should ask one of the professors. our people caller coming into journalism as frequently as you would like to see? >> we do a census every year, the association of news editors , and pretty much what they have found is that the numbers of minorities is still flat. even with a large exodus of people out of the business, there has not been much growth, about 12%. by no means is that there and i think even in my own experiences in this room, it can be very difficult to change the culture of thinking about stories that involve minorities. >> jeanne? did you want to add anything? >> there is a study put out every year by ball state university from the news directors association. the 2009 numbers for minorities in the news were much more encouraging for television than they were in radio. so, we are seeing more people of color in television, for sure. we are seeing more people in television and radio. what we are not seeing is those people of color taking managerial,
at sandy point state park.it all benefits the special olympics. this year.. one thing will be missing from the annual tradition... alcohol.stay tuned to fox45 early edition....we take you live to sandy point state park.. later this hour. we now know the identity of the pranksters... responsible for leaving a grand piano on a florida sandbar... a group of t. teenagers.one of the teens says he and his father moved it from his grandmother's house on their boat before christmas.then... he and his friends set it on fire with sparklers for new year's eve... and hauled it to the sandbar to display it as an art piece. "i'm surprised by all of the publicity its gotten. i enjoyed the thought of it being anonymous piano, just mysteriously out there" there" but the case isn't completely solved yet.a group of independent filmakers argue áthey'reá the ones who did it. for now... it's a case of he-said... she-said. coming up on the early edition... the health problems cuddling up with man's best friend could lead to. to. meteorologist)) 3 ((traffic reporter ((traffic reporter ad libs))map joel map f
degrees. here's sandy. >> you could feel the winter chill tonight. getting cold out there once again. foggy as well. let me show you what it hooked like today. we had high pressure in the low 40's with fog sat around antioch and livermore, fairfield, concord, look at the temperature in san rafael. only 41 degrees as the cold air spilled in from the valley. high pressure meanwhile in half man bay. 61 with plenty of sun. you had to be in the right place at the right time to see the sun. here the view of the sun as it set from the emeryville camera west to san francisco. we saw higher clouds move through as well. just gorgeous at 5:06 as long as were you out of the fog. tonight we do have some dense fog forming in santa rosa where visibility is already down to half mile. it is 39 degrees there. we have upper 30's for could be cord. livermore. oakland. redwood city. certainly going to be another cold one tonight. but not kuwait as cold. dense valley fog. black ice by morning and it is a dry weekend if you do have plans. so overnight the fog will fill back in. not only
's sandy lincoln, senior vice president and investment strategist at m&i investment group. he joins us this evening from the c.m.e. group in chicago. sandy, always nice see you. welcome back to n.b.r.. >> thanks, tom, good to be back. >> tom: we're not even to the super bowl, not even to valentine's day yet and already a little nervousness about the second hamp of the year. talk to me about the positive feelings you have for the first half? >> a lot of it is inertia. there's a lot of good stuff happening-- earnings corporate sales are strong. people are lo and behold moving money from bonds back to stocks, you have the federal reserve doing stimulative things, the evaluation of stocks. are attractive. we think the first and second quarter, those patterns are going to be pretty positive and we think carry the market to higher ground, tom. >> tom: this much we do know at the end of june-- that's when the federal reserve is scheduled to end its bond buying. is that what makes you nervous about the second half the year? >> yeah, that's a big part of it. when we take the quantitative easing
, i will chair. chaired and the city select committee. commissioners will be sandy fewer, emily and racial more ton joining the supervisors. the last committee is the ad hoc committee. they will join the trust ys. report of the closed session actions of juwan 20, 2011. the board by the vote of five ayes approved the appointment of 0 ayes and two absence. the closing of one middle school student. the stip lated ex-pulse agreement of one high school agreement. authorized the inishition eyein eyeings. another information items posted are the quarterly or the accept answer of gifts for the mos of november and december 2010 and informational notes and transactional notification. we'll adjourn in memory of ray williams junior who retired on juwan 22. also in memory of our surgent. he was remembered for leading preside president's war on poverty. his run for as president of the chicago board, he delivered the key note dress he sfres stregs in the he lead to the flejing group and launching of multihoeksnal act in 1963. later the element yiry act of 1965. these programs will help support
in harford county athess road. an accident at sandy hook rd.. further south, we have more traffic lights out. jessup and also in the arnold area of anne arundel county at maryland 648. have some downed wires possibly causing some lane blockages between pine crest and harbor road. a few things to watch out for. the major roadways are looking okay for the time being. this is a harford road. inner and outer loops are moving fine. the harrisburg expressway at exit 24, things moving fine. southbound traffic is still heavier. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back over to you. >> thank you. excluding openly gay troops from the military is no longer the law of the land. congress carry of "don't ask, don't tell" lester. >> tracie potts has more. >> i will be known as a flight nurse again. instead of a lesbian flight nurse. is "don't ask, don't tell" going away. >> starting this year, no american will be forbidden from serving the country they love because of who they love. >> but how long will it take? gays should be able to serve openly by this summer. >> this can be done and should be done w
. days later sandy found it. she had fallen on tough times, so had he she actually thought about selling it, but sandy got a lot more by returning it. angela was thrilled, and then they discovered they both shared a friend who recently died of cancer. in full circle, return of the ring led to the start of a new friendship. i'm lynnç berry. this is your first stop of the day on your msnbc station. >>> record low temperatures didn't deter people from taking a dip in the moscow river. swimmers stripped down to take a plunge in the icy 10 degree water. before anyone could get in, workers had to carve a hole in layers of ice that formed above the water. some hope the act cleanses the soul. others simply enjoy going for a frosty swim. though we're not sure why. >>> well, some people will go to great lengths, or heights, to get attention. 250 feet above sarasota skyline, a circus performer stole the show after trying to jump rope, he opted to just walk bleendfolded on a revolving wheel to drum up business for his new show. this stunt was executed without a safety met or harness. >>> traveling
lot for her wedding ring. days later, sandy found i she had fallen on tough times, so she thoug about selling it, but sandy got a lot more retning it. angela was thrilledand they scovered, actually, that they shared a friend who recently died of cancer. the return of the ring led to the start of aew friendship. great story. >>> i'm lynn berry, and this "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> 4:28 is our time. we have 38 degrees,5 here in the nation's capital. that is ait above freezing here is live look at what it looks like out there. fog is hiding som of the washington monument. these are the roads in virginia. fog over the highy. it will be thick in some places, especiallyn northern virginia. is it a good time toeave extra timehis moing. we will get a krek o weather and traffi in a minute. i am joe krebs. >> onechool delay to ps along to you. prince william county schools are opening an hou late. >> thimorning, get ready for slick commute out there on the roadways and theidewalks. some of thi could refreeze. they brought sanding in dama cas. th
their parts are pleading for their return. darcy spencer is live outside their high school in sandy spring, maryland tonight. >> both of the student attend cherwood high schoo here in sandy spng. their teachs and classmates are concerned,ut no one more so than their own parents. >> whether they are runaways or somethinelse happened, that is what is so heart wrenching. >> 17-ar-old coal balderson and rachel riley, high school sweethearts have been missing for te days, their worried families are making a pleaor themo come home or at lst call. >> we just want them to come home safe. if you know anything about anything where they are, just please call anybody jt call. tell us where they are. >> coal'sad said his son apparently skipped school on wednesday, january 12th coal and rhelere at a friend's house. coal's dadold him t take rael to her house and then come home. after that, they both vanished. coal's black jeep wrangler was andoned friday in new ho, virginia, 165 miles from olney. >> any time you child's missing, for an extded period of time every day seems t get a little longer, you're g
-covered parking lot for her wedding ring. days later, sandy found it. she had fallen on tough times, so she thought about selling it, but sandy got a lot more by returning it. angela was thrilled and they discovered, actually, that they shared a friend who recently died of cancer. the return of the ring led to the start of a new friendship. great story. >>> i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. >> good morning, everyone. we have some leftover rain showers today. the temperatures are above freezing in most areas. we could see some rain showers rolling through right now. we have a chance for some rain showers for your morning commute. if you're watching of the pennsylvania line, used to house some icing going on. it is safely above freezing elsewhere. we have a chance for some showers. a high temperature near 40 today. we have some snow in the seven- day forecast. >> it feels like 35 here in tv hill. here's a look ahead to 11 news today. >> the fbi releases new details
of marketwatch.com. next to him, sandy close, the director of new american media. she is also my executive editor and i get to hold the microphone up to her. let's begin the discussion. >> thank you. let's start with a question that is on many people's mind. with cutbacks and technology shifts, what has that done to the quality of news, barry parr? >> when i worked at the "mercury news" back in the 1990's, we were trying to compete with the paper. i am here to stay mission accomplished. it has been a tough 10, 20 years. i have to tell you, some of the greatest innovation and highest quality work is coming from the ground up. if you look back over the last year, one of the most crucial issues that has concerned in this country, health care reform, we really have to say the traditional media let the country down. it has been a significant problem in the country. in many ways, it is not perfect, it is never going to be perfect, but on the other hand, we have a lot of small innovators out there that are thinking -- changing the way that we think about information. i have been running a small website
these wonderful athletes. reporting live from sandy point state park, i'm rob roblin. >> we'll be back in just a moment to look at today's forecast and what athe plungers >> good morning. we have a mix of clouds and sun. you can see the clouds drifting up toward the bay here coming from the west. we have snow out in western maryland around hagerstown westward into garrett county. a couple quick snow showers. that's a clip every coming in. current conditions. check out b.w.i. right now. 89% the humidity with a mixture of sun and clouds. at the moment, the winds are calm. the forecast today calls for maybe snow showers coming from that clipper. a dusting to an inch is what we're calling for. especially, or we could even say, mostly to the north. 235 to 40 for the high. south to southwest winds. it will be light at 5 miles per hour. the windchill for the plungers. the water down at sandy point is 33 degrees, and the air temperature down there is 33 degrees. >> thank you, john. >> thank you for joining us. another update in 25 minutes. stay warm, plungers! >>> we're back on this saturday morning,
plunge is tomorrow at sandy point state park.for more information just go to our website foxbaltimore dot com slash morning. charlie sheen is back in a hospital... after experiencing abdominal pains. pains.this is the second time in just three months... the "two and a half men" star has been hospitalized.the actor's representative says sheen's symptoms are due to an allergic reaction to medication.... but interviews posted on tmz-dot-com indicate sheen was drinking and doing drugs with adult film stars before he was taken to the hospital. some of your favorite girl scout cookies.. might soon be discont. discontinued. "thank you berry munch" and the sugar free chocolate chip cookies.. will soon be things of the past. girl scout leaders say the cuts are to simplify sales and make more money for the troops. don't worry.. the iconic brands like thin mints.. tag alongs.. and do si dos... will still be sold. most of us in baltimore will be watching the super bowl.. hoping the green bay packers beat the pittsburgh steelers. but for one family in pennsylvania.. steeler super bowls mean
back at 12 under par. bill. oh, he gets it to go. 13 under par. finally, we go back to sandy point for true camraderie. my colleagues go into the water, and they do so hand in hand. all fun and games until the 32 degree water knocks the wind out of you. and getting out is a challenge. good job, helping the cause. stay with us. 11 news continues after this. power, and clarity of light into pure 100% fiber optics and bring them straight to the home? ♪ you get a network that's light-years ahead of anything else. verizon fios. a network ahead. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. verizon fios. a network ahead. i may be mud, but i have standards. mops? please. some of them have bacteria. ♪ and they try to pick me up? ew. i'm really hard to get. uh! ♪ what about love?! [ male announcer ] swiffer attracts dirt. used mops can grow bacteria. swiffer wetjet's antibacterial solution eliminates 99.9% of bacteria that mops can spread around. i like your pad! [ male announcer ] swiffer cleans better than a mop or your money back. if there's any way
. one accident in sandy hook road. a vehicle ran off the roadway. easy conditions are very likely around the area. so keep your speeds down and be careful. now back to you. >> kim, justin, thanks a lot. >>> we have been at it for more than two days. snow and ice blanketing maryland, and temperatures hovering around the freeing mark. for many, the concern is not the weather. it's no power. linda so joins us with the latest on the numbers of those waiting for the lights to come on and getting their heat back. good morning. >> reporter: hey, charlie, before we get to the numbers as far as the power outages, i wanted to show you we are getting flurries here. we are by the eddie's food market in rogers forge off charles street. justin was talking about flurries. we are getting some here. that's baltimore county. as far as the power outages go, we have thousands in the dark. bge says it could be the weekend or saturday or sunday before everyone is back online. the problem with this storm is the snow was heavy. it was the heavy stuff, the wet stuff, not the dry and fluffy stuff. so when it came
view from sandy point state park. this pack of polar bears may not be jumping into the water every hour, but they are still some really cool kids. that was friday afternoon. >> all proceeds benefit the special olympics of maryland. right now, let's take a closer look at the action from the ground. >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to sandy point state park. >> my heart is for it now. my life has been september trying to teach folks about disabilities, and it starts here. look at this crowd. these are all kids that understand. >> i think the special olympics is such a good cause. we all raise money and we all come. >> it is a good cause. special needs kids, it is all good. >> it is always good to help your fellow students. >> what was it like? >> freezing. oh, my god, so cold. >> it's painful. it's painful. >> cold. >> as soon as i went in, i couldn't feel my legs, so you just keep going until you high-five the guy. >> do you know someone who is taking the plunge? let them know you support them. grab your cell phone. text 88509. gep, the number 88509 and standard text messaging rates appl
this morning. the 15th annual polar bear plunge is tomorrow at sandy point state park.for more information just go to our website foxbaltimore dot com slash morning. we now know the identity of the pranksters... responsible for leaving a grand piano on a florida sandbar... a group of t. teenagers.one of the teens says he and his father moved it from his grandmother's house on their boat before christmas.then... he and his friends set it on fire with sparklers for new year's eve... and hauled it to the sandbar to display it as an art piece. "i'm surprised by all of the publicity its gotten. i enjoyed the thought of it being anonymous piano, just mysteriously out there" there" but the case isn't completely solved yet.a group of independent filmakers argue áthey'reá the ones who did it. for now... it's a case of he-said... she-said. it's friday and that means it's your turn to sound off on our facebook page about anything you want. want.let us know what's on your mind-- and your response could air in our "facebook feedback" segment. segment.just go to facebook dot com slash foxbaltimore to be
sd i'm holding your ring. i have . >> reporter: she was sandy nick on the. >> could i hear herhildren cheering in the background. >> reporter: while walking into smit she said she saw something glistening in the snow. >> i bent down and picked it up. when i looked it a, it was a gorgeous wedding ring. >> reporter: it crossed her mind how much the ring was worth. the nicholsad flen on hard times in the economy but sandy knew what she had to . >> if it was mine wi would certainly want someone to find it for me. >> reporter: they found out they had a mutual agenda in jennifer. >> she knew her, i knew her. and she looked down and had a hand in helpi to put this ring beme on my ha. >> reporter: angela said it is about much me than aost ring. it is a friendship. >> sandy nichols refused to take the reward. >> here's a new trend sweepg the country. getting hitched at a funeral home. >> the indianapos star reports that more and more funal homes are being used for weddings. for the couples, it boils down to expenses and availability. for the funeral parlors, it is just about ney. they're holdi
incidents to discuss. fog warnings are in effect at the bay bridge. 50 at sandy point. fog warnings are in effect. and 70 and 29. so far so good. we will keep you posted on any new problems. tim tooten has the latest on closings and delays. >> carroll county schools are closed today. many districts are getting up now and checking the back roads. carroll county is closed today. we're starting to get some of the closings and delays. a late opening in baltimore county. cecil county, two-hour delay. about this time is when you have transportation going out and check the roads and we will be hearing more as the time goes on. carroll county, they are closed. back to you. >> we will continue to bring the latest. check the crawl at the bottom of your screen. lawmakers are expected to introduce a bill to ban high capacity ammunition magazines. this comes as the fbi continues to investigate the mass shooting in tucson, arizona. the bill would permit gun owners who possess a high-capacity magazines to keep them. it would ban all future sales and transfers the >> ever swallowed up about 1/4 of
returning home. 3-1 in super bowls. aaron rodgers, when you get a sandy barber, we will hear from her in a moment, but the pack, everybody, again, in that city, it's a one horse town, it's true, they really love their football and love this guy. bret who? aaron rodgers from cal. grew up in chico. i saw this at 4:00. and at 4:45. 5:30, 6:10. you can't get enough. barber opening her heart to aaron rodgers. >> from the e-mails and text messages, twitter yesterday about aaron, great pride out there about what he has gone on to do and being in the super bowl. >> all right. three bay area footballers on the proteam. the 49ers, patrick willis broken hand and all, all pro inside linebacker. this is the elite team. pick a offense, defense, special teams guy. how about him. nobody knows where he will play next year but he is an all pro this year, along with shane. the raider punter. again three players. you go with willis, and shane representing the bay. what a -- one of football's biggest names is now a mixed marshall artist. hirsch walker is going to fi
in the morning with the super plungers. we will have more all day tomorrow. come on down to sandy point, enjoy yourself. bundle up. support special olympics. tv 11 news. >> now your insta-weather forecast with tom tasslemyer. >> that is some cold water. 33 degrees. for most of the afternoon, water temperature has been colder than the air temperature. it is a frigid ocean -- rather bay out there. it will not get warmer overnight. that is for sure. doocy annapolis. 33 is the air temperature. that could change overnight. as temperatures drop below freezing -- 30 at the airport, 30 westminster, 32 in the mountains -- watch it for icy patches. we will iced up again tonight as temperatures drop. just a trace of snow. a light coating of snow. 36 is the high temperature at the inner harbor. another day of below normal temperatures. there is the first in a series of clippers. as if the parts, skies will clear a little bit. if we clear at all, temperatures will fall fast. that is what we think there will be slick spots around. tomorrow, we will be watching the next clipper. it will be driving farther no
this morning. the 15th annual the 15th annual polar bear plunge is tomorrow at sandy point state park.for more information just go to our website foxbaltimore dot com slash morning. ((2-shot toss to weather)) ((ad lib meteorologist)) 3 3 ((traffic reporter ad libs))map joel map providence map fber map fox45 is stepping up to keep you better . informed. we are expanding our morning news coverage from 5 a-m to 10 a-m. we're calling the new 9 a-m hour.. good day baltimore! baltimore! and to celebrate good day baltimore.. we're giving away an i-pad. all this week.. go to our facebook page.. to find out the phrase of the day. then at some point between 9 and 10.. we'll open the phone lines. the first person to give us the correct phrase will win a best buy gift card.. and qualify for the i-pad. coming up... the list keeps growing...the latest list of school closings and delays. 3 delays.school closings and dela. delays.13:22 reporter: do you remember the last you paid taxes? joel: it's been a minute (laughs) 27 27but next... how one man avoids paying taxes.. because he says.
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. >> we did. sandy is tracking it along with the potential for some written, right. >> that's right. so we replace the ice cold conditions of this morning with rain tomorrow but look at the numbers. sonoma county airport hit 25 this morning. that was a record for today. 24 degrees in fairfield. freezing cold in napa county airport 27 there. same thing for livermore. concord checked in at 29 degrees. even places like redwood city low 30's this morning. as you look at live doppler 7 hd you see the changes coming. this is moisture up in the clouds. not reaching the ground. but this moisture in the atmosphere in the form of clouds is going to hold the temperatures up. as a matter of fact look at the numbers right now. yes. cold outside. in the 30's and 40's but compared to 24 hours ago, we are actually running warmer. 12 degrees warmer in napa. no vat up 9 degrees. same thing for half moon basement 8 degrees warm interlivermore and up 6 degrees in mountain view and san jose. so here are the highlights. not as cold tonight. chilly tuesday. light showers. looking at chance
's an indication of slick spots up in street at sandy hook road, a vehicle is off the roadway. so take it easy especially around the more curvey roadways and on and off ramps and we have instances of trees hanging low in the roadway affecting visibility in timonium southbound dulaney valley road. now back to you. >> kim, thanks. >>> the snow and ice bad enough. some of you sat in traffic for hours. others of you struggled to find a place to park. now there's a new headache and that's no powerch the outages keep coming and bge expects more outages after the storm and they have been trying very hard to get everybody's lights back on. linda so is live with what you need to know. linda. >> reporter: well, megan, getting the power restored repairing downed power lines getting trees out of the way. it's not as easy as perhaps clearing the roadways. that's why it is taking sometime. bge tells us it could be a weekend, maybe saturday and sunday until the lights are back on for everyone. in the meantime, they say this storm was actually worse than last year's blizzard because it was a heavy snow. not t
. >> sun will shine. sandy is here with the forecast. >> that's right. winds have definitely eased up. earlier in the day 40 to 50 miles an hour wind gust in the oakland hills resulted in the kind of damage that you are looking at but that wind was a down sloping wind resulted in the warm reading. oakland saw today. it was 70 degrees. 70 in santa cruz. really mailed for this time of year. oakland typically afternoon 58 degree reading so good 12 degrees above average. at the oakland airport it was 67 today. set a new record previous record 64 set back in 2009. and it is so clear tonight that just about couple of hours ago i believe to capture this beautiful time lap. waning moon. 98 percent of full. silhouette of the bay bridge there and man rising. absolutely stunning. tonight other than a patch of fog in concord, skies are clear. temperatures tonight in the 40's and 50's except napa at 39 degrees. but with the clear skies temperatures are really falling compared to 24 hours ago, item running 19 degrees cooler in napa. fairfield 18 degrees cooler. one of the reasons 80
davis. joining me tonight on our news panel are sandy roy, editor with "new america media." rachel gordon, city hall reporter for the "san francisco chronicle" and josh richmond, legal and political affairs reporter for the "oakland tribune" and tom vacar consumer editor for kttv news. tom, did this year end better than it began or worse than expected? >> i think for a lot of people it's a toss-up, and i think for the state it's been a toss-up. we started the year out at about 12.3% unemployment, we are at 12.4% unemployment. we had a slight dip in the middle of the year, but unemploymentwise that is the problem and that's the problem for california, jobs, jobs, jobs, because everything else is impacted by that whether it's taxes, housing values, everything else, so that i think was the biggest thing. and in the united states, you know, the same thing. we started out in the united states in the high nines. we are ending up in the united states in the high nines. so, not much improvement in jobs and the outlook for jobs. in california, the problem is particularly bad because we have
impact at this time. this is 50 at sandy point. it is a foggy there and fog warnings are in a fact. 95 north of 100, not showing any delays because of that accident. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. for that we go to kurt kronke of the mta system. i'm guessing you have some delays because local buses are operating 15 to 20 minutes late. numerous diversions. five bus is bypassing clover road.rodale urged writers -- we are urging riders to catch buses on main thoroughfares. metro subway's are on schedule. no marc delays so far. now back to tony pann. >> i would call this a moderate ice storm for folks in the northern suburbs. southern suburbs, it is not that bad. the precipitation is already breaking up and moving out. the package of the freezing rain is coming into the western part of howard county and back down towards d.c. just another couple of hours of precipitation to go. the rain will be gone soon. conditions will be improving by h a.m. let's look the temperatures. -- conditions will be improving by 8:00 a.m. 35 in rock
roadways are snow- covered in many spots. 29 in ellicott city looks like that. this is sandy point at the bay bridge. it is icy. i saw two salt trucks this morning. i did not see any of the beltway. we have snow-covered roads this morning. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. back to you. >> we do have some problems weather-wise. baltimore county, carroll county, and howard county schools are closed today. on to our big story. the state of the comet was the focus of president obama's state of the union speech last night. >> tracie potts is in washington this morning with more. >> what comes of this moment will be determined not but whether we can sit together tonight but whether we can work together tomorrow. >> president obama said speeding up the recovery will require government investing in the american dream. >> we need to out build the rest of the world. >> shifting oil subsidies to education. >> replace no child left behind with a lot that is more flexible. focus on what is best for our kids. >> simplify the tax codes. >> level the playing field. >> president obama and cha
. the leading edge will continue pushing east and will dissipate as we go through the morning. sandy spring, maryland, 21. in manassas it is 20. highs in the mid 30's today, becoming partly cloudy after the dusting of morning snowfall. a few late days no flurries possible tomorrow, near 40 degrees. rain on tuesday. how's the commute, lisa baden? >>> there was a fatal crash overnight in waldorf, maryland. 301 northbound remains closed at a vfw road. washington road is an alternative. canal road north of fox hall road, a vehicle slid into oncoming traffic on the ice. this is live at quiet traffic in va, 95, nice. back to you. >> thank you. >>> our top story, police are investigating a deadly double shooting in northern virginia. >> one man died and another was wounded last night at emerald bay drive in manassas. that is where pamela brown has details that are still developing an investigation. good morning. >> good morning. authorities tell us that this double shooting happened right behind on emerald bay drive in manassas at around 9:20 eyes night. officials received multiple calls from citi
. sandy is here. couldn't see like pea soup out there. >> absolutely. already like pea soup right now. santa rosa visibility down to 3 quarter earth's of a mile. so give yourself a little extra time tomorrow morning as you head out the door. not only will you run into fog but it may be freezing fog in some locations. and icey. black ice expected once again which will make for a slippery commute for some part of the bay area. a leif look from the high definition roof cam are showing you the flags just gently moving in the win. not much wind to speck of. we certainly have foggy spot around the bay area and we are going to have to deal with it again tomorrow. numbers right now look like this around the region. we have cold conditions. livermore down to 37 degrees antioch fairfield already 39 look at santa rosa. 35 at this hour. you know item going to be a cold night. dense valley fog overnight. black ice by morning. looking at dry weekend ahead so if you are making plans nice looking weather. this afternoon the central valley fog spilled into the northeast bay valley and jus
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